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The Chinese Internet in 2014

The beginning of a new year is a good time to look back and reflect upon important events and developments during the past year. Not surprisingly 2014 was an eventful year that kept us doing research on the Chinese Internet on our toes trying to keep up with events, and to understand and analyse their implications. What follows is an … Continue reading

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WeChat: The first Chinese social media product with a global appeal

I began using WeChat 微信 in April this year, again like in 2010 when I started to use weibo, because Chinese friends and colleagues were all using it, and I felt the pressure to start using it in order to connect with friends and stay updated. Already in February, Techinasia claimed that 2013 would be WeChat’s year and so it … Continue reading

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Documentary film and the digital revolution: Enabling alternative stories and memories

This week the Centre is hosting China’s pioneering independent filmmaker, Wu Wenguang. He and three young Chinese film directors will screen four films as part of our documentary film festival Memory and Documentary Film: Exploring Painful and Forgotten Memories in China, India, and Indonesia. After Lund Wu Wenguang will travel to New York where MoMA is doing a retrospective of … Continue reading

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